Qatar, represented in the National Traffic Safety Committee, participated in the international seminar on road safety in Rabat, Morocco, under the title "Best practices: a source of inspiration for developing national road safety strategies," QNA reported from Rabat.
Member and Secretary of the National Traffic Safety Committee Brig. Eng. Mohamed Abdullah al-Maliki headed Qatar's delegation at the seminar that concluded on Tuesday. Al-Maliki presented Qatar's experience in the field of traffic safety and the efforts it has made in implementing the first UN Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020 while achieving advanced results.
Brig. Eng. al-Maliki pointed out that Qatar is one of the leading countries in the region and has experience in reducing road traffic accidents and protecting the society from their dangers.
He also addressed the role played by the National Traffic Safety Committee at the local level, as well as its international efforts in the UN Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC).
The two-day seminar, organised by the National Road Safety Agency (NARSA) of Morocco in collaboration with the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the UN Road Safety Fund (UNRSF), comes within the regional and international efforts to strengthen road safety.
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